Be sure to explore the beautiful parks by Beacon Hill as well. Spend a relaxing afternoon with the family at Boston Common, the oldest park in the United States. The 50-acre park is home to the stunning Brewer Fountain Plaza, which has tables, umbrellas, food trucks, and occasionally, live performances. In the winter, you'll also see locals ice skating at Frog Pond. Immerse in the history of Beacon Hill by going trekking the Freedom Trail. Starting at the Boston Common, it takes you to landmarks such as Faneuil Hall, the Paul Revere House, and other Boston monuments. Out-of-towners should also put the nearby Boston Public Garden on their itinerary. Fun attractions at the botanical garden include historical statues, swan boats, and actual swans that the family will love.
For lunch, enjoy a gourmet pizza from Figs. The cozy pizzeria serves freeform pizzas with crispy thin crusts and tops them with fresh, local ingredients. You also can't go wrong with The Paramount. The comfortable bistro is a great spot for brunch that sells breakfast favorites such as pancakes and sandwiches.
After a day out and about, settle down at Beacon Hill's best lodges. Book a spot at the iconic Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro, a neighborhood favorite with not only delicious food but also beautiful guest rooms with spacious windows and complimentary Wi-Fi. Another comfortable spot where you can relax is the Beacon Inn, a modern bed and breakfast in two restored Victorian brownstones. The rooms are luxuriously furnished and right by public transportation and Beacon Hill's loveliest attractions.
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